Fortuna Creeks Project
Coastal Currents / Wednesday, Feb. 27
A visit from local high schoolers proves inspiring.
Elk River & Rail Corridor Discussion
Happy Trails / Tuesday, Feb. 26
Cliff and Emily talk with Kevin Wright about the grand opening of the Elk River/Hikshari' Trail. Kevin also talk about his trip to Napa and their Rail Trail. Also discussed is tomorrow's open forum at HSU regarding the future of the Humboldt Bay Rail Corridor. This forum will take place at the College Creek Great Hall at 6pm and will be moderated my Cliff Berkowitz.
Coastal Currents / Wednesday, Feb. 20
Humboldt Bay Bald Eagle webcam! Monte Merrick, co-director of the Humboldt Wildlife Care Center, explains what happens when a male bald eagle brings a stick up to the nest.
Sonoma Bicycle Coalition
Happy Trails / Tuesday, Feb. 19
Cliff and Emily talke with Gary Helfrich of the Sonoma Bicycle Coalition about their efforts to share a railroad bridge for a trail in Healdsburg. Efforts to share the NCRA right of way here in Humboldt and the problems of the Eel River Canyon are discussed.
Live at KHUM / Wednesday, Feb. 13
The world's foremost Ukulele enthusiast and practitioner discusses his instrument.
Arrested: Pete Nichols
Coastal Currents / Wednesday, Feb. 13
Coastal Currents founding host Pete Nichols just got arrested in front of the White House protesting the Keystone Pipeline. He calls in after just having been sprung out.
Willow Creek Trails
Happy Trails / Tuesday, Feb. 12
Cliff and Emily talk with Steve Paine of the Willow Creek Community Service District about their extensive trail system and how they overcame funding obstacles. The success of the Trail to Trinity Valley School is highlighted. Emily also previewed tomorrow's meeting of the NCRA and the proposed lease of a rail bridge for a Rail With Trail project in Healdsburg.
Night Crossings: A Book About The Bar
Coastal Currents / Wednesday, Feb. 6
Author Jon Humboldt Gates discusses his book "Night Crossings", recounting harrowing true tales of rogue waves, poor visibility, and the entrance to Humboldt Bay.
Walk With A Doc
Happy Trails / Tuesday, Feb. 5
Cliff and Emily talk with Dr. Margret Gordon of the North Coast Community Blood Bank about the Walk with a Doc program. National obesity an inactivity benchmarks for the nation and Humboldt county are discussed. Hint: Humboldt's numbers are worse than the rest of the nation.
Upstage Live: Tommy Emmanuel
Live at KHUM / Thursday, Jan. 31
In this episode of Upstage Live, Emmanuel talks about going pro at age 6, why he doesn't break strings, and Django Reinhart's fire-gnarled hands.
On A Boat! [Center Activities Edition]
Coastal Currents / Wednesday, Jan. 30
Center Activities at HSU is doing their best to give you something to do. Want to learn how to kiteboard? Never been sea kayaking? Need to rent a wetsuit for something? Today on Coastal Currents, Victoria Anweiler explains how.
Eureka Open Space & Parks and Rec
Happy Trails / Tuesday, Jan. 29
Cliff and Emily talk with Craig Benson of the Eureka Open Space & Parks and Recreation commission about trail plans through Eureka and open space issues.
Live at KHUM / Friday, Jan. 25
Motherlode is the gritty sound of a 10-piece funktrain. Inspired by 70's soundtrack funk, James Browns JB's, Afrobeat and more. This session, as you'll hear, sets two new KHUM records. One is 'Most Band Members Crammed In The Studio.' The other, we couldn't have predicted.
Coastal Currents / Thursday, Jan. 24
The county suggests you avoid those Mussels, because you can get violently ill on the double.
Smith River 101 Improvement
Happy Trails / Tuesday, Jan. 22
Cliff and Emily talk with Rob Holmlund and Terry Supahan about the Smith River Rancheria project to improve 101 through Smith River for bikes/peds. The Rancheria got a TIGER Grant (large federal grant) last year and were only 3 communities awarded in CA and the only tribe/rancheria. They just held the first public meeting last week. We talked about the grant, the project goals, timeline, who is involved etc. GHD and Terry Supahan Consulting are assisting the Rancheria.